Men's Hestra Fall Line Glove

Regular Price: $150.00

Special Price $78.00

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Short freeride glove made of soft, supple cowhide aniline.


Regular Price: $150.00

Special Price $78.00

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The perfect glove for power days, blue bird days, sideways snowing days and all winter days in-between. These short freeride gloves are made of soft, supple cowhide aniline with outseams for comfort and a perfect pole grip. A neoprene cuff with Velcro closure provides a customized, performance fit to seal out snow and cold.

Product Details
  • Neoprene cuff with Velcro closure
  • Outseams
  • Carabiner

Outer material- Impregnated cowhide aniline

Lining- Bemberg/ Polyester

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Fully warranted to the original owner against manufacturers' defects in material and workmanship

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Review by defleppardsux

So last winter, I was sitting in the Cowboy Bar. This guy Jim sitting next to me strikes up a conversation, and 6 beers in, I'm invited to go snowmobiling the next day in the park. Next morning at 5 am, we're rocking and rolling to the park. Five minutes out, Jim gets a call that his wife in Dubois needs help because the dog got out. At least, that's what I thought I heard him tell me over the Charlie Daniels Band blaring from the tape deck in his 86 Chevy Blazer. I agree to go help out before the trip. Turns out, HOGS got out... not dog. We ended up spending six hours trekking through the snow finding his hogs, and let me tell ya... these weren't no small hogs. The first three were docile enough, but the fourth was a beast. Three legged and 650 pounds -- no joke. I've never seen such a big, handicapped animal move through the snow so quick. That sucker led us about 300 yards through knee deep snow before we caught up to him. Once we did, he fought us tooth and hoof while we dragged him back to the truck. Took an hour and a half. Just when we thought we'd handled it, the truck gets stuck in a snow bank, and we had no cell service. Jim tells me there's no way we're getting out until tomorrow when his wife realizes something's wrong because he forgot the radios back at the sled. He sets us up some mats in the back of the truck with the hogs, who aren't too happy we got them all cramped up back there. We spent all night with those smelly animals and wolves prowling around the truck, because apparently it wasn't too hard for them to smell them either. Jim snored like a chainsaw. Anyway, long story short, his wife got us out and we never did go snowmobiling. I had these gloves on the whole time though. My hands never got cold. Get you a pair, just in case.

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